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Amrita gupta (Student CA Final )     05 March 2021

Tax implication on payment to mother

I am a female assessee aged 34 years and i wish to give my savings of Rs 3.5 lakhs to my mother who is a senior citizen so that she could earn interest income on it. Neither me nor my mother fall under taxable limit however we file our itr too. Is it necessary to issue gift deed in this matter to avoid tax or i can straightaway transfer amount in my mothers account?

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Naveen

Naveen (student)     05 March 2021

Any amount or property received from relatives is exempted from tax. Relatives include mother, father, brother, sister, son, daughter etc.. So, Yes u can give.

The income she is going to earn from the gift u give is taxable. But since she is a senior citizen, it will be covered under basic exemption limit.

Crux is u can give any amount to ur Parents and it is not subjected to tax.
Amrita gupta

Amrita gupta (Student CA Final )     05 March 2021

Thank u sir...but my concern is whether it is necessary to issue gift deed in this case ?
Naveen

Naveen (student)     05 March 2021

Not req. Gift deeds are meant for gift of immovable properties like land, buildings etc and to some extent movable properties like motor vehicles. But in practice, absolutely there is no need for Gift deed for money transfer.
Amrita gupta

Amrita gupta (Student CA Final )     05 March 2021

Thanx a lot sir for sharing this valuable information. Obliged 🙏
Naveen

Naveen (student)     05 March 2021

You're welcome. Give my wishes to your mother. Have a good day
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